Decade of Ocean Science and its relationship with Social-environmental Oceanography / Década da Ciência Oceânica e sua relação com a Oceanografia Socioambiental

Camilah Antunes Zappes, Lázaro Dias Alves, Letícia Guarnier, Nathalia Ribeiro Bignotto, Luciane Ayres Castro Reis, Cristielli Sorandra Rotta

Abstract


Human interference on coastal and oceanic environments is intense and causes destruction of ocean habitats. Global actions to contain these negative impacts were defined in 2017 during the United Nations’ announcement of the Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (between 2021 and 2030). During this decade, actions involving scientists, legislators, public agencies, companies and civil society will be carried out across the planet, in a joint effort to compile information about the oceans and define actions towards ocean conservation. These joint efforts will enable countries to achieve their 2030 Agenda goals focused on the ocean. Socio-environmental Oceanography, as an interdisciplinary branch of the Ocean Sciences, has an important role at this time, as it can contribute to the understanding of popular language and traditional knowledge, in the identification of similarities and discrepancies between scientific and traditional knowledge and in the promotion of dialogue between different branches of society. Also, one of the important actions of Socio-environmental Oceanography is to encourage ocean studies within education, both formal and informal, in different social strata.


Keywords


Oceans, Conservation, Education, 2030 Agenda.

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